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NBC
Jan 5, 2013 6:00am EST
hugo chavez could postpone his swearing in if it's not able to take the oath next week. that's according to the vice president. he made the comments in a televised interview yesterday. opposition leaders argue that new elections must take place if chavez is unable to be sworn in on january 10th. they say the constitution allows for him to be sworn in by the supreme court at a later date. chavez is recovering from his fourth cancer surgery. >>> caught on camera. a man leads police on chase and then tries to get rid of the evidence. dashboard cameras were rolling during this chase through a georgia town with speeds reaching as high as 85 miles an hour. suddenly, the man pulls over along a bridge and chucks a bag full of cocaine into the flint river. then he surrenders. but it was all for naught. the bag was vacuum sealed, floated in the river, and that made it easy more police to find it. >> very smart there. >>> police are warning parents about a new way some kids are getting away with drug use. take a look at this. police say it looks like candy, but it's actually marijuana.
MSNBC
Jan 9, 2013 5:00pm PST
in hysterics. >> if he does executives, he is becoming more like hugo chavez all the time. it will be your papers, please, like nazi germany. >> of course, it shouldn't be surprising to see all the right wing hair on fire. before president obama was reelected, the gun lobby told conservatives what to expect in a second term. >> all that first term lip service to gunowners is just part of a massive obama conspiracy to deceive voters and hide his true intentions to destroy the second amendment during his second term. >> according to the national rifle association, any attempt to achieve common sense gun legislation is a conspiracy to take away all guns. unfortunately, should i say fortunately, the common sense side of the debate is not backing around this time around. senate majority leader harry reid is on the move. he has a history of gun rights advocacy. but a close adviser to the senator said this about harry reid, he is in a different place than he was in 2010. reid is in a position to make a true difference when it comes to passing new gun laws in this country. new york governor andrew
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